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Lecture/Discussion :Paul O’Neill and Remco Torenbosch
Prins Hendrikkade 142
1011 AT Amsterdam
Netherlands


January 5th 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
 
Paul O\'Neill, Paul O'Neill
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On January 5th 2014, de Appel arts centre welcomes two guests: Remco Torenbosch, artist from the Prix de Rome exhibition and curator, writer, artist, and educator Paul O’Neill.  

Remco Torenbosch will present his publication part of the research for his work in the Prix de Rome exhibition: European Contextualising in Analytical Sociology and Ethnographical Representation on History and the Present, 2013. Published by Black Dog Publishing London.

Paul O'Neill will present the curatorial anthology Curating Subjects (2007), Curating and the Educational Turn (2010) and Curating Research (2014), published by de Appel and Open Editions (Amsterdam and London). With this series of theoretical publications, de Appel arts centre aims to share the specific knowledge on curatorial practice taught in the Curatorial Programme with a broader audience. On the occasion of the publication of Curating Research, Paul O’Neill will talk about the history of the series and the relations between the different publications. 

Paul O’Neill is currently Director of the Graduate Program in Curatorial Studies at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York. He is international tutor of the de Appel Curatorial Programme, Amsterdam, and international research fellow with The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media, Dublin. O’Neill is author of Locating the Producers: Durational Approaches to Public Art (Amsterdam, Valiz, 2011), edited with Claire Doherty. He recently completed the authored book The Culture of Curating, the Curating of Culture(s), (Cambridge, The MIT Press, 2012).

Please make reservations reservation@deappel.nl


Op zondag 5 januari 2014 verwelkomt de Appel arts centre twee gasten: Remco Torenbosch, kunstenaar uit de Prix de Rome tentoonstelling en curator, schrijver, kunstenaar en onderzoeker Paul O’Neill.

Remco Torenbosch presenteert zijn publicatie die onderdeel is van het onderzoek naar zijn werk in de tentoonstellingEuropean Contextualising in Analytical Sociology and Ethnographical Representation on History and the Present, 2013. Uitgegeven door Black Dog Publishing London.

Paul O'Neill geeft een presentatie over de anthologie Curating Subjects (2007), Curating and the Educational Turn (2010) en Curating Research (2014), uitgegeven door de Appel en Open Editions (Amsterdam en Londen). Met deze reeks theoretische publicaties wil de Appel arts centre de specifieke kennis over curatorschap die wordt onderwezen in het Curatorial Programme voor een breder publiek toegankelijk maken. Ter gelegenheid van de publicatie Curating Research zal Paul O’Neill nader ingaan op de geschiedenis van de reeks en de onderlinge relatie tussen de publicaties.

Paul O’Neill is directeur van het Graduate Program in Curatorial Studies aan het Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York. Hij is internationaal gasttutor van het Curatorial Programme van de Appel en internationaal research fellow aan de Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media, Dublin. O’Neill is co-redacteur van Locating the Producers: Durational Approaches to Public Art (Amsterdam, Valiz, 2011), samen met Claire Doherty. Onlangs verscheen van zijn hand het boek The Culture of Curating, the Curating of Culture(s) (Cambridge, The MIT Press, 2012). 

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